Oliver Kahn explains some differences between PSG and his club

Asked at the microphone of L’Equipe, the former Mannschaft goalkeeper, now sports director of Bayern Munich, spoke about the recipe for Bavarian success. To the question of whether he would like to have certain Mega-Stars as his future opponent in the Champions League. Kahn highlights the quality of his workforce as it stands. Deutsch Qualität!

Despite all the esteem I have for these three, I am very satisfied with our squad. Next to our young players, we also want to have superstars in Munich. And we always had them. Sadio Mané, Manuel Neuer, Joshua Kimmich, Thomas Müller, the young Jamal Musiala… Look, I could review the whole team. Many top international players want to come to us. Joao Cancelo could certainly have gone elsewhere this winter (he is on loan to Bayern from Manchester City).

In addition, the 2 clubs stood out for having refused the European Super League project. A common point between 2 parties that everything seems to oppose at the economic model level:

There are notable differences between the two clubs, the models are different. Bayern is majority owned by its 300,000 members, PSG by an external investor (Qatar Sports Investments). Nevertheless, within the ECA (the European Club Association), the two clubs are working together on an evolution of financial fair play so that these two models can coexist in the same competition. We assume that the new rules, which will be phased in from 2024-2025, will be strictly enforced. It is important for the stability of European football. »



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